Jean-Pierre Dalais prend la présidence de Business Mauritius

Business Mauritius a tenu son Annual General Meeting (AGM) ce mercredi 20 octobre au Hennessy Park Hotel, à Ébène. L’association représentant plus de 1 200 entreprises du privé a passé en revue ses réalisations lors de ces deux dernières années marquées par la pandémie de la COVID-19. En parallèle, l’événement a également vu l’élection d’un nouveau président, en la personne de Jean-Pierre Dalais, Group Chief Executive de CIEL.

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Report on optimising private sector investment in circular economy

This report is the product of a partnership between Business Mauritius and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with financial support from the Government of Japan as part of efforts to facilitate the socio-economic response and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in Mauritius.

The successful implementation of the Circular Economy will require an integrated approach that coordinates the efforts of all stakeholders in collaboration with the private sector. We are hopeful that the insights contained in this report will be a useful guide for policymakers and actors in the private sector.

Follow-up Survey to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses in Mauritius

This is a follow-up survey to the first Business Survey (September-October 2021) conducted by DCDM Research with the participation of the nine partner members of Business Mauritius, namely AHRIM, AMM, IAM, MCA, MCCI, MEXA, BACECA, MBA, and OTAM. Technically and financially supported by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Japanese Embassy, ​​the report demonstrates the impact of the pandemic on several aspects of the business world, as well as the anticipation of business leaders for 2021.

Réouverture des frontières

[Communique] En marge de la réouverture des frontières, prévue pour le 1er octobre 2021, Business Mauritius réitère son soutien aux autorités dans la lutte contre la propagation de la Covid-19. L’association croit fermement que la population a un rôle prépondérant à jouer afin d’assurer la réussite de cette étape cruciale dans la relance économique. Elle lance un appel à la population à faire preuve de patriotisme, car c’est en étant solidaire et responsable que le pays parviendra à contenir le virus.

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COVID-19: Best Practices – Post Confinement Back to Work Safety

The BM Covid-19 response HR Committee and the BM team has compiled a set of BEST PRACTICES on certain key issues which enterprises may need to consider and provide for whilst organising their operations in the post confinement environment.

These Best Practices will assist to:

  •  protect employees from contracting Covid-19 at the workplace
  • stop transmission if any, prevent outbreaks and delay spread
  • speed up and help access to optimised care for potentially infected employees
  • minimise the impact of the epidemic on health systems, social services and national economic activity.

This document supplements any provisions or measures which companies are considering introducing or may have already implemented at the workplace.

The attention of members is drawn to the following essential points:

  • This set of Best Practices is not exhaustive and should not be considered as legal advice on any of the issues covered.
  • The provisions of the Data Protection Act should be complied with while implementing the suggested guidelines.
  • Government has announced that legal instruments will be enacted shortly to regulate Covid-19 related matters likely to impact on businesses and the world of work.

Once these provisions come into force, certain best practices may require some necessary changes.

We remain at your disposal should you require further information.

Let us stay united to help save lives and livelihoods.